1 Reply Latest reply on Sep 23, 2009 10:51 AM by SunilAdobe

    Accessing a web service without availability of WSDL




      A (private) live .NET Web Service I want to use has the WSDL access disabled.


      I have the WSDL from the service provider which I have generated the stubs in FlashBuiler 4 fine.


      But when running, every proxied call seems to want to do things like:







      etc. in the super class.


      These obviosly fail at run time as the WSDL has been made inaccessible on the live site.


      Given I already have the "shape" of the API in the generated stub - and presumably all the marshalling code I need under the covers, can I run without having to have the lower levels ask for the WSDL again?


      I am told this invisible WSDL trick happens a lot on private services.